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... away from the local population as possible, even if it is a rotten bush camp, just as no one knows we are there, but someone has always turned up, like the bloke who bought us a water melon on his motorbike, he just appeared, his village was a few hundred yards away, which kind of screwed up his thinking of keeping the local population away
We are giving Sierra Leone and Liberia a miss on this trip, because of this Ebola thing, but there hasn’t been any ...
... is shaving. Regardless of the country or conditions you are in, shaving still sucks. Who would have thought, ya know?)
Not as luxurious as I can imagine other study abroad trips are but hey, running water is running water. Although, I would say that the access, or lack thereof, to the running water we have at the house is more like access to crippled, limping water.
So here I am Day 3 (or 4?) and the power goes out. O yea, that happens a lot too. Thankfully, as far ...
... coming round looking at the people who had dressed up. He said “if I tap you on the shoulder you have to stand up at the end so people can get a good look at you, and there will be a bottle of sparkling wine for the person considered the best dressed.”
Not surprisingly Trevor was one of the ones chosen, along with another couple of blokes and a woman. One of the other guys was wearing a Union Jack waistcoat but Trevor’s was ...
Day 33 - evening
By 7:00pm, Michel and I boarded our United Airlines plane and patiently waited for it to take off. We were already delayed by an hour and hoped for the best!
Looking outside my seat’s window, it had stopped raining and dusk had settled in. This was followed by the horizon rapidly transforming itself with the last rays of the sun! It ...
... I liked them immediately. Now that I was actually at the airport, it became a little more real. I mean, I had no idea what to expect in Senegal. No one I knew had ever been there. The only person I know who has spent any time in this part of the world is Shannon, and even still, I don't have a clear idea of what it’s really "LIKE" there. Would it be anything like Morocco? What about the people? I know nothing about this area, region, country, or people. I’m embarrassed to ...